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The perfect compromise for ski touring. The winning features of the TLT6 adapt to an even wider range of consumers: easier to use, more scope for user customization, warmer, and with improved downhill support. NEO is the perfect choice for ski tourers seeking the lightest, best skiing boot in its class. The most outstanding features are: a cuff which offers the greatest range of rotation available in ski touring, providing an unrivalled natural walking style. The sole unit is compatible with all ski touring bindings currently on the market. This version is available with a new Custom Ready liner designed to provide immediate comfort, thermal insulation and enhanced durability.

- CampSaver.com refers to the men's version

The One PX - TF Alpine Touring Boot takes Dynafit's swift, lightweight performance and adds a roomier fit, extra insulation, and beefed-up support for the average AT powder seeker. Long, rewarding backcountry laps become the norm once you feel this boot's balanced mix of comfort and lightweight materials. On the uphill, you can achieve 60 degrees of rotation for long, efficient strides while the rockered, sticky Dynafit Pro outsole secures your advance on the skin track or boot pack. Once you click into downhill mode, its Central Buckle System locks down your heel and an adjustable Driving Spoiler creates a super-stiff structure for skiing all types of snow and terrain.

- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version

The walk-friendly, fore-aft, 60deg cuff rotation of the old TLT5 is featured in the Dynafit One PX-TF Alpine Touring boot. But as opposed to the more spartan TLT5, the One PX is more comfortable, easier to use, warmer, taller, cheaper and more supportive. And, importantly, pushes skis around better when charging down a bowl, couloir or tree shot, even on wide skis. -- Flex tongue for smooth pressure application that doesn't restrict the 60deg cuff rotation-- Ultra lock system with a magnesium cuff buckle that lets you open and close the buckle easily and change between walk and ski mode-- Thermoformable liner-- Dynafit Pro short and rockered sole

- OMCgear refers to the men's version

Built on the TLT chassis this is the lightweight boot that incorporates the best of Dynafits backcountry technology while still fitting into a modest budget Targeted to a wider consumer base more comfortable easier to use warmer taller and more supportive

- Bentgate.com refers to the men's version

The evolution of the TLT 5 concept targeted to a wider consumer base, more comfortable, easier to use, warmer, taller and more supportive. The perfect choice for all ski tourers looking for the lightest and best performing boot in its category. Its unique features are the Ultra lock buckle system for one movement cuff closure and ski to walk mode change, a short and rockered sole, the central buckle system for maximum heel retain and superior downhill performance. It is compatible with Dynafit bindings and all other touring bindings in the market and it offers a newly developed TFSpecs:Weight: 1490 g (27.5)Shell: PebaxCuff: PebaxBuckle: Ultra-Lock SystemForward Lean: 15 deg - 18 deg and WalkmodeCuff Rotation: 60 degSole: Dynafit Pro

- Second Ascent refers to the men's version

Dynafit One PX-TF

previously retailed for:
$135.59 - $649.95

The Dynafit One PX-TF is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen November 22, 2017 at Mountain Gear.

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